Computed Radiography (CR) is a digital imaging technology where phosphor imaging plates (IP’s) take the place of conventional radiographic film. Once the IP’s are exposed to radiation, the CR scanner uses a focused laser to read the information from the imaging plate and transfer it to software that renders an image on a computer.
Prof. V.A. TROITSKIY, The E.O.Paton Electric Welding Institute of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine
18. May 2017 /
Flash-radiography (FR) is the radiography without intermediate data carriers (films and storage plates). FR produces a quick image. It provides for low cost of testing, capability of multi-angle real time monitoring of internal defects of the objects.